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  • n. gravlax

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  • Hopefully the only conflict she'll witness on this assignment will be of the dumplings vs gravadlax variety, but if she turns up at the airport in a flak jacket you might want to turn around and go straight home.• £1,590pp based on two sharing, with Ace Cultural Tours 01223 835055, aceculturaltours.co.uk, including flights, accommodation in a four-star hotel, breakfast and three dinners, excursions and admissions.

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  • • Home-cured gravadlax with scrambled eggs £8.90, a full-on-scoff the Bistro breakfast £6.90, mini meze £11.50 for two, 68 Ebrington Street, 01752 313 315, bistro-one.co.uk

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  • Whisky and honey gravadlax £7.50 arrived atop an incredibly light pillow of a blini, accompanied by clean, lemony blobs of creme fraiche, tangles of nicely modulated pickled beetroot and a mound of bright, sharply dressed salad leaves.

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  • Market food is rarely disappointing, but here it is as good as I have ever tasted it, sold side by side with stalls offering every cure of salmon there is, from beetroot to lemon and pink peppercorn and the ever-popular gravadlax.

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  • For those who consider themselves a little more cultured, this might extend to gravadlax.

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  • If Kaplan has the balls to go to prison for money laundering, rather than mortgaging the Chabad building and buying his peace from the feds, I will send your not one but two pounds of the finest North Atlantic gravadlax. and, in addition,

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  • Sample dishes include local venison terrine with home-made chutney (£6.25); home-cured beetroot gravadlax with lemon crème fraîche (£5.75); steak

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  • While you would definitely want to make Oliver's versions of gazpacho from Spain, Swedish beetroot gravadlax and duck confit from France, there is one memorable dish from Oliver's travels outside of Europe you probably don't want the recipe for.

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  • Having already given us gravadlax, pickled herring,

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  • Things get better when he gets to the recipes, including gravadlax and delicious Swedish buns.

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